A better method of gathering information on criminals
So basically I have noticed three reasons why unethical people get away with doing crimes and breaking laws. Laws are not perfect, but, victimless crimes aside, there should be a method of gathering enough information about generally all activity so that when a victim of a crime comes forward, enough information is available for something to be done about it and proper justice be issued in an ethical manner. Here is my proposal. I believe that an invasion of privacy should be necessary. I believe that information should be recorded generally anywhere and stored, never to be looked at when it isn't necessary to do so. When a crime happens, the judge can then pull from this archive of information and use that information in a court case despite the invasion of privacy and can get the most valid look at if a crime really happened or not. This would stop people from getting away with whatever they wanted all the time simply due to a lack of information and the ignorance of the community that holds this idea back. What arguments do you have for why this would or wouldn't be a good idea?